Lee Stafford

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Lee Stafford
Born (1966-10-17) 17 October 1966 (age 51)
Leigh-on-Sea, England
Education The King John School
Occupation Hairdresser
Spouse(s) Jessica-Jane Clement (m. 2013)
Children 3
Website http://www.leestafford.com/

Lee Stafford (born 17 October 1966) is an award-winning celebrity hairdresser.

Biography[edit]

Stafford was born in Leigh-on-Sea, Essex, and is of Jewish ancestry on his mother's side. He opened his hair salon, The House That Hair Built, in 1984, in Leigh-on-Sea, Essex. [1] He opened his second salon in Aughton, Sheffield in 1992 called Geezers. His career took off in 1997 when he won the title of Men's British Hairdresser of the Year. In 2000 he opened his second hair salon in Wardour Street, London, W1.[2] In 2001 Stafford launched his own range of haircare products. In 2007 he appeared on the BBC television series Celebrity Scissorhands where he trained celebrities such as Tamara Beckwith and 1980s pop star Steve Strange to cut hair. The programme raised money for the BBC's charity Children in Need. On 6 November 2011, Stafford featured on the Secret Millionaire television series on Channel 4. Stafford is married to model and The Real Hustle star Jessica-Jane Clement.[3] Stafford appeared on Pointless Celebrities in 2013 and again in February 2017 (broadcast dates). He is a father of three children, a son, Angel, born in 2014[4] and a daughter, Elvis, born in 2016.[5] He announced he was expecting a third child with his wife in September 2016 and their daughter Sugar Mae was born in April 2017.

Awards list[edit]

Won[edit]

2006

  • National Hairdressing Federation Celebrity Hairdresser Of The Year
  • Hair Magazine Hairdresser Of The Year

2004

  • Best British Hairdresser of 2004 – Fellowship of Hairdressers Awards

2001

  • Influential Hairdresser – Creative HEAD magazine's Most Wanted Awards

1997

Business Award List[edit]

2009

  • BHBA Business & Website Innovation of the year

2005

  • The BHBA Salon Design Award 2005 for Brighton salon

2002

  • Growing Business of the Year Award 2002
  • Training and Development Award 2002
  • Investors in People Award 2002

1999

  • British Manager of the Year 1999 – 2000 (1 of 6 nominees)
  • British Salon of the Year 1999 – 2000 (1 of 6 nominees)

Salon's Award List[edit]

2005

  • The BHBA Salon Design Award 2005 for my Brighton salon

2002

  • Growing Business of the Year Award 2002
  • Training and Development Award 2002
  • Investors in People Award 2002

1999

  • British Manager of the Year 1999 – 2000 (one of six nominees)
  • British Salon of the Year 1999 – 2000 (one of six nominees)

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